How To Write Erotica: The Ultimate Guide

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Welcome to the Authority Pub guide on how to write good erotica. 

And by “good erotica,” I mean erotic fiction that pulls your readers in, gives them what they want, and keeps them interested all the way to the end. 

These stories can be anything from erotic microfiction to full-length erotica novels. And there are things you need to know about this genre before you dive in. 

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107 Character Mannerisms For Writers

Character Mannerisms For Writers

The best characters show rather than tell the kinds of people they are. 

That’s where character mannerisms come in; they connect storytelling imagery and actions to each character, often without the need for extra dialogue. 

Each character’s mannerisms can be a mix of expected and surprising elements.

The purpose of the list below is to get you thinking of ways to make your characters more real and more interesting to your readers. 

Let’s dive in!

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15 Types Of Poems Every Writer Should Know About

Types of Poems 

Poetry is a skill that every writer should at least dabble in. Rhymed or not, poetry writing is a chance to express what you’re feeling or sensing in the most potent way possible. 

Whether you intend to specialize in poetry or just improve your skills, you should start by learning the different types of poems.

Poem formats vary, depending on the type, as you’ll see in the list below. 

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What Is A Subtitle Of A Book And How To Write One

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Sometimes, a title says all your cover needs to say (other than your author name). 

But more often than not, at least when it comes to nonfiction, a good subtitle can be the difference between publishing success and invisibility

Why are subtitles necessary, though?

What makes them so powerful? 

And how do you write the kind of subtitle that will give your book the edge it needs in a crowded market?

Let’s find out. 

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6 Simple Steps to Picking Your Perfect Title

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First impressions are very important.

Whether it’s you walking into an important meeting, or someone seeing your book for the first time, the person viewing you or your book will form an opinion at first sight.

It’s just human nature. It’s how we create memories.

If you want people to notice and buy your book, you need to make a good first impression.

Walk into any bookstore or even your local library, and you’ll notice the colors of the books first.

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75 Of The Best Angst Writing Prompts

Angst Writing Prompts

Angst — that feeling of anxiety, inner pain, and deep dread.

Whatever your experience with angst, you know it’s not just for teenagers.

It’s a whole mood that saturates your life.

It’s ageless and contains multitudes. 

If you want to include an angst-ridden character in your next book, you’ve come to the right place. 

To capture this emotion in your character’s dialogue, look through the angst prompts that follow, and take note of those that feel familiar to you.

Those are probably the ones that will take a firm hold of your imagination and get you writing at a furious pace. 

The best angst ideas come from your own experiences. 

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Looking For Negative Mood Words For Your Writing? Here’s The Only List You Need

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When one of your characters is going through something, how do you communicate that to your readers? 

Think of a scene in one of your own stories where the protagonist is in a foul mood.

Maybe the other characters picked that up quickly enough, but did your reader? 

When that magic happens, it’s all in the words you use — and the ones you leave out.

When it comes to that first group, we’ve got a negative moods list you might like. 

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